We have the ability to deliver investment strategies to clients through a variety of packaging options.
Separate Accounts are available for institutional clients who prefer to have their assets managed independent of other investors.
Collective Trusts are offered through Invesco National Trust Company (INTC), the fifth largest national chartered provider of collective trust funds in the US.1 INTC has over 60 collective trust funds covering equity, fixed income and alternatives. These commingled vehicles are gaining in popularity with ERISA qualified retirement plans because of their:
- Daily trading through the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC)
- Full transparency
- Flexibility to accommodate custom options.
Private Placements are generally used for Invesco's private equity and real estate capabilities and opportunistic strategies in the alternatives space.
Mutual Funds information can be found at Invesco.com/us with many 40 Act funds available in Institutional, R and A shares.
Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are provided by our Invesco PowerShares team, the fourth largest provider of ETFs2 and a leader in the replication of enhanced indexes and in actively managed ETFs.
1 Source: 2008 FDIC Statistics on Depository Institutions. www2.fdic.gov/sdi/index.asp. Managers ranked by total collective fund assets. Out of 114 banks with assets under collective trust funds.
2 Source: Bloomberg, as of Dec. 31, 2009. Thirty-two providers ranked. Includes assets under management and assets distributed but not managed internally.